Top 10 Things I Have In My Kitchen

Because I'm bored and trying to avoid packing... enjoy!

Garlic Peeler: This is amazing... everyone we show this to ends up buying one the next day! It's a great party trick... you just put in a clove of garlic, press and roll, and then it's completely peeled! (I could do infomercials, and my parties are obviously very lame).

LeCreuset Dutch Ovens: Beautiful, durable, and just amazing. I made my mom's Black Bean Soup in this today!

Kitchen Aid Stand Mixer: I truly didn't understand the magnificence of this appliance until my brother gave it to us as a wedding gift. Sadly, ours is in storage right now because we have no room for it in the cottage... baking just isn't the same :(

Cuisinart Grind and Brew: It's a far cry from Starbucks, but I love it still. Easy to clean and very durable. It does everything all by itself :)

Egg-Perfect Egg Timer: Makes cooking hard-boiled eggs idiot-proof... which is good for us.

Silicone Baster: My other basting brushes used to shed, but these never will; victory shall be mine!!

Chef'n Spatula: This was a gift at my Bridal shower. I wasn't too excited at the time, as I was in love with William Sonoma spatulas. Now, this one is my fave... I am a convert.

Cookie Scoop: My cooking inspiration, Jacquelyn, used these to make cookies one day. My cookie life has never been the same. I won't make cookies without one!

Egg Fry Rings: These are a bit tough to clean, but Matt loves to use them when we make Egg's Benedict. Be sure to use on a FLAT griddle, or the eggs will leak.

Silpat Nonstick Baking Mat: Like parchment paper, but reusable. It will change your baking world.

Sam  – (October 9, 2008 at 3:44 AM)  

Fantastic, that was a great start to my day!

The Garlic peeler is AMAZING!

Kim  – (October 9, 2008 at 5:13 PM)  

I now want all of those things!

Lauren J.  – (October 10, 2008 at 12:35 AM)  

I have the garlic peeler thanks to you!! If I recall we did go out the next day to get it. :)

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